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Car accident leaves multiple people injured in New York

Many people may panic when an unexpected event takes place. This reaction is often not unwarranted as it can be difficult to understand what is happening at the time. When a car accident occurs and innocent bystanders suffer injuries, it is understandable for victims and other individuals alike to want to know more about how the incident happened.

Parties in New York may be looking to better understand a crash that recently took place. Reports stated that a commercial van went over a curb and hit multiple pedestrians. One witness stated that she feared it was a terrorist attack, and many others in the area also began to panic. However, the driver of the van told police that the floor mat got lodged on top of the gas pedal, which led to the accident.

The crash resulted in three individuals suffering injuries. They were reported as being two women and one man. The exact extent of their injuries was unclear, but it was mentioned that they were not considered life-threatening. At the time of the report, authorities did not suspect that alcohol was involved in the incident.

If the individuals injured in this New York accident suffered serious injuries, they could face many difficulties. Due to the nature of the incident, they may have reason to consider taking legal action against the driver considered at fault. Filing personal injury claims could allow them to pursue compensation for medical expenses and other damages if they choose to do so. Information on taking such action may help them determine whether they would like to follow this route.

Source: CBS News, "Van strikes multiple people near New York's Penn Station", Justin Carissimo, Sept. 30, 2017

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